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  • Foreign Wives and Children Learn How to Narrate Folktales

  • SMG 2010

    The Seoul Global Center will run the Folktale Narration Class for Foreign Wives and Children, a course designed exclusively for foreign wives married to Korean men and their children, from 1 pm to 3 pm every Saturday from April 2.

    Photo of a Folktale Narration Class for Foreign Wives and ChildrenThe Folktale Narration Class for Foreign Wives and Children, which is designed to help foreign wives to improve their Korean language skills and adapt to life in Korea, consists of a ‘folktale narrator’s license class’ for foreign wives (mothers), and a ‘children’s class’ specifically for their children.

    The ‘folktale narrator’s license class’ for foreign wives offers lessons to ten foreign wives, whose Korean proficiency is at intermediate level or higher, to help them to improve their Korean language proficiency and win the Grade 3 folktale narrator’s license through a 24-week folktale narration course.

    The “children’s class” offers lessons on folktale narration to ten children aged six to 10, and helps them to develop a good reading habit and improve their Korean vocabulary, thus supporting their adaptation to Korean society.

    (Foreign Residents Assistance Division, Phone: +82-2-2075-4141)